## Neutron scattering |

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nonetheless it has made some experiments possible which could not be done

with other diffraction techniques and in general makes all experiments in

controlled sample environments much easier to carry out then the equivalent

nonetheless it has made some experiments possible which could not be done

with other diffraction techniques and in general makes all experiments in

controlled sample environments much easier to carry out then the equivalent

**x**-**ray**or ...Page 89

Many of the techniques which have been developed for sign determination in

that the assumption that the scattering potential is always positive is no longer ...

Many of the techniques which have been developed for sign determination in

**x**-**ray**scattering studies can be used also for neutrons, the major difference beingthat the assumption that the scattering potential is always positive is no longer ...

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can be investigated with SAS methods, and there is a long tradition as well as

active research in SAS with

to neutrons. For a theoretical basis, we will therefore essentially rely on the

...

can be investigated with SAS methods, and there is a long tradition as well as

active research in SAS with

**x rays**. The theory of**x**-**ray**SAS can be easily adaptedto neutrons. For a theoretical basis, we will therefore essentially rely on the

**x**-**ray**...

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### Contents

Neutron Production and Detection | 12 |

Basic Scattering Theory | 21 |

Diffraction from Crystals | 30 |

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